Let’s take a look at some of the most important ones that could apply to 2009 March Madness betting.
March Madness betting history tells us that since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, all but two champs have been seeded #4 or higher. The champion teams have averaged 76 points per game and had a margin of victory of 10 or more points per game. The only two low seeds to win were Villanova in 1985 as a #8 seed and Kansas as a #6 seed in 1988. Since 1989 no seed lower than a #4 has ever won it all in March Madness betting.
Not many teams will average over 76 points per game and have a margin of victory of at least 10 points per game and also be seeded #4 or higher in 2009 March Madness betting. Last season only five teams fit the criteria in March Madness betting and three of them, Memphis, North Carolina and Kansas made the Final Four.
If you really want to keep things simple in March Madness betting you can narrow it down even further. The teams that are seeded #1 through #4 and made the tournament last year and have a coach that has made more than four tourney trips are the best bets in March Madness betting. If you are making a future bet in March Madness betting that should narrow your contenders down to a precious few. North Carolina and Connecticut are obvious contenders to reach the Final Four and the title game in 2009 March Madness betting. They are dominant teams with star players, excellent head coaches and experience and that is always a good thing in March Madness betting.
Last season all of the #1 seeds made it to the Final Four for the first time according to March Madness betting history. That is unlikely to happen again in back-to-back years but it is likely that at least two will make it in March Madness betting. North Carolina and Connecticut could very well be those two and they are teams to consider in 2009 March Madness betting.
There are always a number of factors to consider in March Madness betting but sometimes keeping things simple works the best as you place your March Madness wagers.
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